An Antique Victorian Silver Salver by ElkingtonSOLD

This Victorian silver salver was made in London 1876 by Fredrick Elkington. It is of very good quality, beautifully engraved with historicist borders and an armorial engraving of a griffon crest and cypher. The antique silver salver is in the Regency style, and excellent condition.

The antique silver salver measures 10" in diameter and weighs 20oz approx.

This fine example of an antique silver salver is fully hallmarked on the back, a good antique colour and is in undamaged antique condition. A useful size for a teapot, serving dish, glass or simply as an attractive decorative object.

A beautiful example of a Victorian silver salver.

Type: Salver
Function: decorative silver
Maker: Elkington and Co
Country: England


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